The Navy says an outbreak of coronavirus aboard an aircraft carrier in the Pacific has forced it to divert to Guam, where all 5,000 aboard will undergo testing.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt remains "operationally capable," according to the acting secretary of the Navy, Thomas Modly.
The carrier is the first U.S. Navy ship to have a reported an outbreak while at sea.
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